On to the ubiquitous Berkley square for lunch
The squares in London are wonderful cleansing lungs. They are everywhere, many are public spaces but some are private but they make London the beautiful green space that it is. In a couple of weeks all squares will open there gates to the public. More details here
I saw this divine jewellery in a shop on South Molton Street. It is by Romy Derman
If you are ever in need of a calm space to powder your nose Fenwicks give you this heavenly slice of luxury. Seriously cross your legs and go up the escalator to the 4th floor. Perfect
Selfridges windows never fail to delight. Celebrating 100 years all the windows are yellow, Selfridges yellow.
When I was young I had the most fantastic apron covered in Batman slogans so these windows took me back to when times were a little more fun.
Launceston place, and the surrounding area maybe know as petite France but the buildings are so beautiful
An original window with such beautiful glass.
I took these last week before the hell that is marking and moderating caught up with me. I had to endure Leyla whilst I moderated 39 folders of coursework, as it is half term she had nothing but homework for company. Not easy, I lost it by 2pm, not pretty.
Tomorrow I will finish the last of the paper work and I would like to say it will all be over but that will not happen until 16th of June. But I have a couple of away days planned to ease the pain including meeting mother. Sadly the girls went without me as I was too busy to go to Oxford. So mother and I will meet on Friday at the British Museum for a jaunt around the garden.